How to spend your money with companies that share your values

Photo:(c) nito/stock.Adobe.comAn ethical company treats both its employees and customers fairly and practices environmental sustainability. ■ Statepoint From small one-time purchases to monthly service fees, you may not think much about what happens to your money after spending it. But beyond the typical considerations, such as price and product features, many savvy shoppers are starting to pick their brands and services based on new criteria like ethics. An ethical company treats both its employees and customers fairly and practices environmental sustainability. Luckily, there is some guidance out there for those consumers who want to spend their money with companies that share their values. Your wardrobe Patagonia’s mission statement is to “build

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